New emergency clinic to open this week


Picture capture the admission and observation room of the Togamae Emergency Private Clinic at the Capital Park set with new beddings and machine to read heart and blood pressure

LOCALLY owned Togamae Private Emergency Clinic is set to be launched this week.

This new clinic is said to boost access to emergency services and medical care.

It is located at the Capital Park, eastern part of the Honiara City.

The clinic has an admission and observing room, reception room, laboratory, procedure room which includes ECG and ultra-sound, pharmacy and doctor’s consultation room.

The initial plans to have the clinic launched today has been postponed for a later date this week.

Dr Pedical Togamae owner of the new clinic says services are ready to be rolled out once all the furniture have been fitted in.

Togamae shares with Island Sun that his observations while working at the national referral hospital have prompted him to open his own clinic.

He adds that there are a whole lot more that medical emergency services can offer for the people – and he is set on doing just that.

The clinic will begin with one accountant, two secretaries and one full time nurse.

It will also have proper medical equipment different from the country’s other private clinics and patients’ medical reports are recorded online.

“This help patients or clients can track their report in e-copy online anywhere accessing internet,” Togamae said.

The Togamae Private Emergency Clinic is owned by two brothers from Isabel province, Drs Pedical Togamae and Ismael Togamae.

Services offered is centred around, general out patients and emergency cases, lab services including malaria test, full blood counts and biochemistry test.

Their services also duty around dispensing medicines, keeping patients overnight while treatment, doing patients referral or overseas and further service consist of escorting patients from any destination and home visits.

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